The short version of things is that everything is moving along at a pretty good pace. We’ve spoken with the town our home-to-be is in about everything we’ll need to do before we can move in, and we already have an electrician who’s agreed to fix the electrical problems for a good price.
We’re looking at a plumber from a few towns over to fix the waterlines and anything else in that avenue that’ll need to be fixed, and we’re hoping to get a good price on that as well. As some of the pictures we’ll provide may show, the yard, while very beautiful, is quite overgrown.
We’ve added the tasks of immense yard-work and working in the house itself to our weekly ritual, and I have to say, the work we’ve done already has left me with a sense of satisfaction and completion that’s just unprecedented.
It’s felt good to get out and work in the yard; as even though I’ve had to do things like cut overgrown bushes and trees back (with respect, Love and gratitude for their spirits), there’s a sense of communion with the land that one can’t achieve as purely in a basement.
We’ve been at the home almost every day doing various different types of work that needs to be done, and our electrical guy is planned to come out and start some work within the week.
We certainly understand the expressed concerns in some of you that this home is to be a money pit, not worth our time, etc. but it truly seems as if things are working out and various things are falling into place gracefully, ensuring our ability to fully-repair and move into this home.
I also continue to de-stress about money-related issues, as I see that what we’ve known as money or abundance is a tangible energy that, if treated respectfully and in a balanced manner and if the necessary work is put in, we can attract to ourselves tenfold.
My family and I know that we’ll only continue to be blessed by Source, and we cannot thank you dear readers enough for the immense support, Love and concern you’ve given. We quite enjoy working in our soon-to-be home, and the fairly-big and nature-filled yard has proven already to offer spiritual, meditative nourishment.
I’ll continue to give updates as things unfold and for now, everything’s copasetic. I’m learning the value of and the wholeness provided by hard work, as I feel the satisfaction bred from getting things done and communing with the home and land around me in the process. For me and for all of you, it’s happy times from here on out.
Much Love all,
Pictures from the house and the back yard:
The deck and some of the beautiful nature in our yard
The plants up against the back deck, taken at night
The living room
Looking out into the beautiful back yard
One of the bedrooms